• The Queen Mary Long Beach

Queen Mary Long Beach

World-famous ocean liner now operating as a historic hotel

Step aboard this world-famous ocean liner and experience the glitz and glamour of the 1930’s without having to leave Long Beach. Now permanently stationary, the Queen Mary is a true maritime icon and opens its doors for guests wishing to relive the ship’s glory days. Enjoy unique accommodations and elegant attractions as you explore the Art-Deco hallways and dining halls of this national treasure. Atmospheric shopping, exquisite dining and much more is waiting to be discovered onboard.

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Hotel highlights

  • Enjoy a guided tour
  • The iconic Queen Mary ship
  • Several exciting museums
  • Queen Mary Spa and fitness centre
  • Nine food and drink experiences
  • Experience the grandeur and Art Deco elegance

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 314 rooms
  • Transfer duration: 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
  • Minimum age: 21

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Queen Mary Long Beach

  • 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
7633 Reviews 73% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2749
  • Very Good 2706
  • Average 1234
  • Poor 510
  • Terrible 434

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Aug 13, 2019

In Decline

Glasgow, United Kingdom

My wife and I visited The Queen Mary in July and were very disappointed on the condition of the Ship. A once great icon now in terrible decline. Interiors and exteriors badly needing refurbishment. We had lunch in the Promenade Cafe and recieved off hand service. I could not recommend to anyone to stay here.
Aug 12, 2019

Disappointing Stay - Hotel in Decline

Tracy, MN

Where to start? Parking: Stayed on a Sunday night. No Valet Parking on weekends and they sublet the closest parking lot (the one we parked in, 2 years ago when we were here last) to Catalina Tours customers - nice, thanks!). So, they open a parking lot literally a quarter mile from the ship for the Queen Mary customers. Funny thing - you walk past the Queen Mary employee parking lot on the way to the ship however?!? Why not give the guests the shorter walk? And what does the Queen Mary charge for parking a quarter mile away? $25 a night. Ridiculous. Full Suite- No air conditioning in the full suites. None of them. That's right, their most expensive, largest rooms have no air conditioning. We stayed in the full suite 2 years ago; they had air conditioning then. When I called and asked for a room with air conditioning I had to down grade to a mini suite; no problem. We get there, no air, when we set the thermostat. We call down - they needed to send someone up to turn the AC on from a panel outside the room. As if they were rationing air conditioning service to the room? It did cool the room but still needed a couple fans, which they brought to the room. Good thing too because at some point during the night, AC stopped working completely. It was down-right warm when we awoke in the AM. Room Service- Not anymore Disrepair. There are higher traffic areas on the ship where the carpet is being held down with black duct tape. Duct tape. This is the QUEEN MARY!!! Our bathroom was a mess with mold within the grout of the tile. Wallpaper peeling off. This is in the mini suite mind you. Finger prints on the metal elevator doors...its just - dirty. Everywhere it seems. It is clear they are banking on the whole ghost-ship concept, with the tours, and the haunted room, etc. That's great, but letting the rest of the ship fall into disrepair, inconvienencing guests with a quarter mile walk to the hotel, eliminating services like AC, and room service, is a big mistake, and will drive away a considerable portion of your clientele over time. I will not be back anytime soon. Very disappointed. The staff was very personable.
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